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    ​El Corte Inglés offers e-commerce support to third parties


    The Spanish department store El Corte Inglés is in talks with 100 brands to become their e-commerce partner, according to the Spanish daily Cinco Dias . But, no deals have been struck yet, it added, citing the company. The retailer would rely on its logistics platform to guarantee ...

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    StockX sees ‘remarkable’ growth in Q3


    StockX , the online resale exchange for sneakers and streetwear, counted 25 million global monthly visitors to its platform in the third quarter and “continues to grow at a remarkable rate” as the resale market expands globally. In a third-quarter snapshot looking at its international performance, StockX noted that ...

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    LGBTQ collections become mainstream for the fashion, sportswear industry


    The LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual and queer) fashion market has been growing over the last decade. In recent years, an unprecedented number of mainstream brands have begun to release LGBTQ collections.

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    Global children’s footwear market seen up annual 4% to 2024


    The global market for children’s footwear is expected to grow by $8.65 billion between 2020 and 2024, representing an average annual increase of almost 4 percent, with the launch of exclusive designer footwear being instrumental in driving the market higher, according to the research and advisory firm Technavio . ...

  • WGSN Future Consumer 2022

    ​WGSN sees three major consumer groups emerging from the crisis


    The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated societal changes and is forcing industries worldwide to adapt to the resulting changes in consumption. Thus, WGSN has set out to predict what consumers will be looking for in the next couple of years.

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    Zeis Excelsa wants to become a platform for Italian brands


    Zeis Excelsa , an Italian firm based in Montegranaro, in the Marche region, is aiming to grow by an annual average of 25 percent over the next three years to 2022 by becoming a platform for Italian footwear brands. As a former president of Anci , the Italian shoe industry ...